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Liechtenstein travel restrictions

COVID-19 Vacc. -122.12%
Open for citizens: yes Open for foreigners: partial Open for tourism: partial Quarantine: partial
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Open for travel from Liechtenstein
Crossing Rules

Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to passengers with a D visa issued by Switzerland.
– This does not apply to passengers with proof of being spouses, registered partners, children under 21 years, grandchildren under 21 years, dependent children, dependent grandchildren, dependent parents or dependent grandparents of residents of Switzerland who are passengers with “British Citizens” passports , “British Overseas Territories Citizens” passports issued by Gibraltar and “British Subjects” passports with a Certificate of Entitlement to the Right of Abode issued by the United Kingdom.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Schengen Member States.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland (Rep.), Korea (Rep.), Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, Singapore, Thailand and Vatican City (Holy See). If they transit through other countries, they must stay in the international transit area of the airport.
– This does not apply to spouses, registered partners, children under 21 years, grandchildren under 21 years, dependent children, dependent grandchildren, dependent parents or dependent grandparents of nationals of EEA Member States. They must present proof of their relationship.
– This does not apply to passengers with a Schengen C visa issued by Switzerland after 16 March 2020.
– This does not apply to unmarried partners of residents of Switzerland. They must have a written invitation from the residents in Switzerland and present proof of their relationship.

Passengers must have a medical certificate with:
– a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or
– a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) Rapid Antigen test result. The test must have been taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. They could be subject to a Coronavirus (COVID-19) test upon arrival.
— This does not apply to passengers younger than 12 years.
— This does not apply to passengers with a medical certificate with a positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result of a test taken in the past 3 months. They must also have a medical discharge.
— More exemptions can be found at https://tinyurl.com/2xllqfnn .

Passengers must:
– provide the contact details electronically at https://swissplf.admin.ch/home ; or
– complete the “Contact Tracing Card” form. The form is available at https://static.vueling.com/corporative7/media/1647/swiss_authority_arriving_passenger_contact_tracing_card-pd.pdf or on board.

Quarantine is possible
Passengers could be subject to quarantine for 10 days. A list of quarantine exemptions can be found at https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/en/home/krankheiten/ausbrueche-epidemien-pandemien/aktuelle-ausbrueche-epidemien/novel-cov/empfehlungen-fuer-reisende/quarantaene-einreisende.html .

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Flight Restrictions

published 27.11.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Schengen Member States.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland (Rep.), Japan, Korea (Rep.), Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, Singapore, Thailand, Uruguay and Vatican City (Holy See). If they transit through other countries, they must stay in the international transit area of the airport.
– This does not apply to spouses, registered partners, children under 21 years, grandchildren under 21 years, dependent children, dependent grandchildren, dependent parents or dependent grandparents of nationals of EEA Member States. They must present proof of their relationship.
– This does not apply to spouses, registered partners, children under 21 years, grandchildren under 21 years, dependent children, dependent grandchildren, dependent parents or dependent grandparents of British nationals. They must present proof of their relationship.
– This does not apply to passengers with a D visa issued by Switzerland.
– This does not apply to passengers with a Schengen C visa issued by Switzerland after 16 March 2020.
– This does not apply to unmarried partners of residents of Switzerland. They must have a written invitation from the residents in Switzerland and present proof of their relationship.

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to categorisation.

Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

Anyone arriving in Liechtenstein from the United Kingdom, regardless of nationality, is required to self-isolate for 10 days from the date of arrival.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-09-26
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 46714
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 193
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 122.12
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 5045

The EU Digital COVID Certificate (available as of 1 July 2021) provides proof that a person has either:
been vaccinated against COVID-19 (vaccine type and manufacturer, number of doses, date of vaccination);
received a negative test result, PCR or rapid antigen, with the name of the test, date and time of test, test centre and result (self-tests are not valid);
recovered from COVID-19 (positive PCR test result valid for 180 days).
When travelling, holders of the EU Digital COVID Certificate will have the same rights as citizens of the visited Member State who have been vaccinated, tested or recovered.

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Full Restrictions

  • Liechtenstein Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU:

    For details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries:

    For details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed coronavirus restrictions. Restaurants will are open without restrictions, including table sizes. Private events are allowed without any size limits. Public events with audiences are allowed for up to 1000 people.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).
    * If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

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    16.08.2021
  • Liechtenstein Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU:

    For details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries:

    For details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed coronavirus restrictions. Restaurants will are open without restrictions, including table sizes. Private events are allowed without any size limits. Public events with audiences are allowed for up to 1000 people.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

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    09.08.2021
  • Liechtenstein Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU:

    For details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed coronavirus restrictions. Restaurants will are open without restrictions, including table sizes. Private events are allowed without any size limits. Public events with audiences are allowed for up to 1000 people.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

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    27.07.2021
  • Liechtenstein Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU:

    For details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Private gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed indoors. Public outdoor events of up to 25 people are permitted. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun ski resort. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until further notice.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    07.07.2021
  • Liechtenstein Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Private gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed indoors. Public outdoor events of up to 25 people are permitted. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun ski resort. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until further notice.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    29.06.2021
  • Liechtenstein Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Private gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed indoors. Public outdoor events of up to 25 people are permitted. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun ski resort. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until further notice.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    01.05.2021
  • Liechtenstein Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Private gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed indoors. Public outdoor events of up to 25 people are permitted. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun ski resort. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until further notice.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    29.04.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Private gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed indoors. Public outdoor events of up to 25 people are permitted. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun ski resort. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until further notice.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    22.04.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:

    *Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Private gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed indoors. Public outdoor events of up to 25 people are permitted. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun ski resort. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until further notice.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    21.04.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:

    *Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Private gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed both indoors and outdoors. Public outdoor events of up to 25 people are permitted. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun ski resort. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until at least 19 April 2021.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on theGovernment website (in German).

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    20.04.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:

    *Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport or entering indoor spaces accessible to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Private gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed both indoors and outdoors. Public outdoor events of up to 25 people are permitted. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun ski resort. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until at least 19 April 2021.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on theGovernment website (in German).

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    30.03.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:

    *Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed in both private and public settings.. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until at least 22 March 2021.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    26.03.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    *Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed in both private and public settings.. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until at least 22 March 2021.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    23.03.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    *Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed in both private and public settings.. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until at least 22 March 2021.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    19.03.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    *Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed in both private and public settings.. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until at least 22 March 2021.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    16.03.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed in both private and public settings.. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until at least 22 March 2021.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    12.03.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Wearing a facemask is compulsory when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons.
    Liechtenstein has relaxed some coronavirus restrictions. Gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed in both private and public settings.. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are open. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs remain closed until at least 22 March 2021.
    You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    05.03.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.

    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. From 18 January, gatherings of more than 5 people will be prohibited in both private and public settings. Wearing a facemask is compulsory indoors wherever more than one person is present, and when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. Workplace catering and takeaways can remain open. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are closed until at least 28 February 2021. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    02.03.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

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    19.02.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.


    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    *Internal Restrictions: Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. From 18 January, gatherings of more than 5 people will be prohibited in both private and public settings. Wearing a facemask is compulsory indoors wherever more than one person is present, and when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. Workplace catering and takeaways can remain open. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are closed until at least 28 February 2021. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    12.02.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *Internal Restrictions: Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. From 18 January, gatherings of more than 5 people will be prohibited in both private and public settings. Wearing a facemask is compulsory indoors wherever more than one person is present, and when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. Workplace catering and takeaways can remain open. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are closed until at least 28 February 2021. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    11.02.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. From 18 January, gatherings of more than 5 people will be prohibited in both private and public settings. Wearing a facemask is compulsory indoors wherever more than one person is present, and when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. Workplace catering and takeaways can remain open. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are closed until at least 28 February 2021. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    15.01.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a facemask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public and when travelling on public transport. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, as are individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. Workplace catering and takeaways can remain open between 6am and 11pm. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are closed until at least 10 January 2021. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    13.01.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. Workplace catering and takeaways can remain open between 6am and 11pm. All shops, markets and religious institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed non-urgent treatment. Cultural, entertainment, recreational and indoor sports establishments are closed until at least 10 January 2021. Outdoor sports remain permitted, subject to compliance with social distancing measures; this includes the Malbun mountain railroads. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    08.01.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries, including UK, is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries, including UK is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    05.01.2021
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries, including UK, is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries, including UK is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    28.12.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries, including UK, is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries, including UK is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries:Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    24.12.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries, including UK, is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Travelling to and from EU/EEA countries, including UK is, in principle, allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    22.12.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries, including UK, is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is allowed.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    15.12.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries, including UK, is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is allowed.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    11.12.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Travelling to and from EU/EAA countries, including UK, is in principle allowed. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.
    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Trnsit is allowed.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. For further details, see the rules applicable to Switzerland, which apply to Liechtenstein as well.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    08.12.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. The Federal Office of Public Health keeps a list of countries concerned, which is updated regularly.

    All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. 

    If a country is on the list, this includes all of its areas, islands and overseas territories – even if they are not listed separately. Liechtenstein’s neighbouring countries are exempted from this regulation. In the case of these countries, it is not the entire country that is listed, but rather regions. Further information in this regard can be found on the page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

    A negative test result does not exempt you from the mandatory quarantine requirement or shorten the quarantine period.

    Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings. They will have to register with the cantonal authorities within two days after arrival, and follow their instructions.

    Airline and travel companies are instructed not to transport sick passengers. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit passengers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    For updated information, also see the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) FAQs

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    No additional documentation is required.

    Find out more:

    www.bag.admin.ch

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country
    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    04.12.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. The Federal Office of Public Health keeps a list of countries concerned, which is updated regularly.

    All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. 

    If a country is on the list, this includes all of its areas, islands and overseas territories – even if they are not listed separately. Liechtenstein’s neighbouring countries are exempted from this regulation. In the case of these countries, it is not the entire country that is listed, but rather regions. Further information in this regard can be found on the page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

    A negative test result does not exempt you from the mandatory quarantine requirement or shorten the quarantine period.

    Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings. They will have to register with the cantonal authorities within two days after arrival, and follow their instructions.

    Airline and travel companies are instructed not to transport sick passengers. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit passengers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    For updated information, also see the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) FAQs

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    No additional documentation is required.

    Find out more:

    www.bag.admin.ch

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.
    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    01.12.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. The Federal Office of Public Health keeps a list of countries concerned, which is updated regularly.

    All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. 

    If a country is on the list, this includes all of its areas, islands and overseas territories – even if they are not listed separately. Liechtenstein’s neighbouring countries are exempted from this regulation. In the case of these countries, it is not the entire country that is listed, but rather regions. Further information in this regard can be found on the page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

    A negative test result does not exempt you from the mandatory quarantine requirement or shorten the quarantine period.

    Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings. They will have to register with the cantonal authorities within two days after arrival, and follow their instructions.

    Airline and travel companies are instructed not to transport sick passengers. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit passengers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    For updated information, also see the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) FAQs

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    No additional documentation is required.

    Find out more:

    www.bag.admin.ch

    Documents you need to travel in Europe.
    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.
    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

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    27.11.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. The Federal Office of Public Health keeps a list of countries concerned, which is updated regularly.

    All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. 

    If a country is on the list, this includes all of its areas, islands and overseas territories – even if they are not listed separately. Liechtenstein’s neighbouring countries are exempted from this regulation. In the case of these countries, it is not the entire country that is listed, but rather regions. Further information in this regard can be found on the page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

    A negative test result does not exempt you from the mandatory quarantine requirement or shorten the quarantine period.

    Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings. They will have to register with the cantonal authorities within two days after arrival, and follow their instructions.

    Airline and travel companies are instructed not to transport sick passengers. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit passengers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    For updated information, also see the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) FAQs

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    No additional documentation is required.

    Find out more:

    www.bag.admin.ch

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    17.11.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Entry Restrictions- Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. The Federal Office of Public Health keeps a list of countries concerned, which is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. If a country is on the list, this includes all of its areas, islands and overseas territories – even if they are not listed separately. Liechtenstein’s neighbouring countries are exempted from this regulation. In the case of these countries, it is not the entire country that is listed, but rather regions. Further information in this regard can be found on the page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). A negative test result does not exempt you from the mandatory quarantine requirement or shorten the quarantine period. Travellers that are required to go into quarantine will be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings. They will have to register with the cantonal authorities within two days after arrival and follow their instructions. Airline and travel companies are instructed not to transport sick passengers. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit passengers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection. For updated information, also see the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) FAQs. *Find out more: here.

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in indoor venues open to the public. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine. Wearing a face mask is also compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs are currently closed. All shops, markets, religious and cultural institutions are open and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls are also open, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German).

    Read more
    16.11.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Entry Restrictions- Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. The Federal Office of Public Health keeps a list of countries concerned, which is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. If a country is on the list, this includes all of its areas, islands and overseas territories – even if they are not listed separately. Liechtenstein’s neighbouring countries are exempted from this regulation. In the case of these countries, it is not the entire country that is listed, but rather regions. Further information in this regard can be found on the page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). A negative test result does not exempt you from the mandatory quarantine requirement or shorten the quarantine period. Travellers that are required to go into quarantine will be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings. They will have to register with the cantonal authorities within two days after arrival and follow their instructions. Airline and travel companies are instructed not to transport sick passengers. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit passengers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection. For updated information, also see the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) FAQs. *Find out more: here.

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Gatherings of more than 15 people are prohibited in public places. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in public places such as shops, banks, post offices, museums, libraries and cinemas. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

    Read more
    11.11.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Entry Restrictions- Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. The Federal Office of Public Health keeps a list of countries concerned, which is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. If a country is on the list, this includes all of its areas, islands and overseas territories – even if they are not listed separately. Liechtenstein’s neighbouring countries are exempted from this regulation. In the case of these countries, it is not the entire country that is listed, but rather regions. Further information in this regard can be found on the page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). A negative test result does not exempt you from the mandatory quarantine requirement or shorten the quarantine period. Travellers that are required to go into quarantine will be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings. They will have to register with the cantonal authorities within two days after arrival and follow their instructions. Airline and travel companies are instructed not to transport sick passengers. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit passengers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection. For updated information, also see the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) FAQs. *Find out more: here

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Gatherings of more than 15 people are prohibited in public places. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in public places such as shops, banks, post offices, museums, libraries and cinemas. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

    Read more
    06.11.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *From within the EU: Entry Restrictions- Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. The Federal Office of Public Health keeps a list of countries concerned, which is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. If a country is on the list, this includes all of its areas, islands and overseas territories – even if they are not listed separately. Liechtenstein’s neighbouring countries are exempted from this regulation. In the case of these countries, it is not the entire country that is listed, but rather regions. Further information in this regard can be found on the page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). A negative test result does not exempt you from the mandatory quarantine requirement or shorten the quarantine period. Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings. They will have to register with the cantonal authorities within two days after arrival and follow their instructions. Airline and travel companies are instructed not to transport sick passengers. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit passengers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection. For updated information, also see the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) FAQs Find out more: www.bag.admin.ch

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Gatherings of more than 15 people are prohibited in public places. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in public places such as shops, banks, post offices, museums, libraries and cinemas. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

    Read more
    03.11.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *Travel from the EU: Entry is partially permitted.
    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area.
    A list of countries concerned is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit travellers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    *Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Gatherings of more than 15 people are prohibited in public places. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in public places such as shops, banks, post offices, museums, libraries and cinemas. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

    Read more
    30.10.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *Travel from the EU: Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area.
    A list of countries concerned is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit travellers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    *Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Gatherings of more than 15 people are prohibited in public places. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in public places such as shops, banks, post offices, museums, libraries and cinemas. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

    Read more
    23.10.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *Travel from the EU: Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area.
    A list of countries concerned is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. EU+ comprises EU Member States plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican City State and the Republic of San Marino.
    *Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein: EU+ countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad, unless they are defined as Covid risk areas (list of countries concerned). If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a country or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. Also, you have to report your arrival to the responsible cantonal authority within two days, and follow its instructions. The list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated at here.
    *Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU+ countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit travellers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    *Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Gatherings of more than 15 people are prohibited in public places. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in public places such as shops, banks, post offices, museums, libraries and cinemas. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

    Read more
    20.10.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *Travel from the EU: Entry Restrictions: Entry from EU+ countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. A list of countries concerned is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. EU+ comprises EU Member States plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican City State and the Republic of San Marino. *Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein: EU+ countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad, unless they are defined as Covid risk areas (list of countries concerned). If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a country or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. Also, you have to report your arrival to the responsible cantonal authority within two days, and follow its instructions. The list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated at here. *Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU+ countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit travellers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    *Transit: Transit through the territory of the Republic of Lithuania is allowed for foreigners in these cases: on their return to their country of residence; in whose respect a reasoned request has been made by a foreign country; seafarers; using facilitated transit of persons from the territory of the Russian Federation to Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation and backwards (this transit of persons shall be carried out only through Kena railway border checkpoint and Kybartai railway border checkpoint under the conditions laid down by the Minister for Foreign affairs of the Republic of Lithuania). Mandatory selfregistration required before entry into Republic of Lithuania online form.

    *Third Countries: Foreigners from third countries may enter Lithuania only after obtaining permission from the responsible Lithuanian authorities depending on the nature of the issue: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Social Security and Labour, etc. Travellers legally residing in countries that are included in the EU list of third countries whose residents should not be subject to a temporary restriction for the purpose of unnecessary travel to the EU, are also allowed to enter the Republic of Lithuania if their countries are not included in the list of affected countries. The list of affected countries comprises countries with a 14-day coronavirus (COVID-19) rate that is more than 10% higher than the rate in Lithuania. The following additional criteria are also assessed for third countries: test volume indicator, percentage of positive test results, availability of information, hospitalisation rate and number of cases imported to Lithuania from a specific country. A mandatory self-registration is required before entry into Republic of Lithuania.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Gatherings of more than 15 people are prohibited in public places. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in public places such as shops, banks, post offices, museums, libraries and cinemas. Failure to do so is punishable by a fine.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Individuals who are unable to wear a mask for medical reasons are also exempt. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    19.10.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    *Travel from the EU: Entry Restrictions: Entry from EU+ countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. A list of countries concerned is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. EU+ comprises EU Member States plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican City State and the Republic of San Marino. *Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein: EU+ countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad, unless they are defined as Covid risk areas (list of countries concerned). If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a country or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. Also, you have to report your arrival to the responsible cantonal authority within two days, and follow its instructions. The list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated at here. *Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU+ countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit travellers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    *Transit: Transit through the territory of the Republic of Lithuania is allowed for foreigners in these cases: on their return to their country of residence; in whose respect a reasoned request has been made by a foreign country; seafarers; using facilitated transit of persons from the territory of the Russian Federation to Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation and backwards (this transit of persons shall be carried out only through Kena railway border checkpoint and Kybartai railway border checkpoint under the conditions laid down by the Minister for Foreign affairs of the Republic of Lithuania). Mandatory selfregistration required before entry into Republic of Lithuania online form.

    *Third Countries: Foreigners from third countries may enter Lithuania only after obtaining permission from the responsible Lithuanian authorities depending on the nature of the issue: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Social Security and Labour, etc. Travellers legally residing in countries that are included in the EU list of third countries whose residents should not be subject to a temporary restriction for the purpose of unnecessary travel to the EU, are also allowed to enter the Republic of Lithuania if their countries are not included in the list of affected countries. The list of affected countries comprises countries with a 14-day coronavirus (COVID-19) rate that is more than 10% higher than the rate in Lithuania. The following additional criteria are also assessed for third countries: test volume indicator, percentage of positive test results, availability of information, hospitalisation rate and number of cases imported to Lithuania from a specific country. A mandatory self-registration is required before entry into Republic of Lithuania.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    16.10.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    From within the EU: Entry Restrictions- Entry from EU+ countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. A list of countries concerned is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. EU+ comprises EU Member States plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican City State and the Republic of San Marino. * Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein- EU+ countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad, unless they are defined as Covid risk areas (list of countries concerned). If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a country or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. Also, you have to report your arrival to the responsible cantonal authority within two days, and follow its instructions. The list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated here. *Rules and Exceptions- Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU+ countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit travellers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection. *Mandatory Travel Documentation- No additional documentation is required.

    Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country

    From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    07.10.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened but inspections may be in operation.


    From the EU: Entry Restrictions: Entry from EU+ countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. A list of countries concerned is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. EU+ comprises EU Member States plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican City State and the Republic of San Marino.
    *Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein: EU+ countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad, unless they are defined as Covid risk areas (list of countries concerned). If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a country or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. Also, you have to report your arrival to the responsible cantonal authority within two days, and follow its instructions. The list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated at www.bag.admin.ch.
    *Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU+ countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit travellers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    02.10.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:


    From the EU: Entry Restrictions: Entry from EU+ countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. A list of countries concerned is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. EU+ comprises EU Member States plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican City State and the Republic of San Marino.
    *Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein: EU+ countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad, unless they are defined as Covid risk areas (list of countries concerned). If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a country or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. Also, you have to report your arrival to the responsible cantonal authority within two days, and follow its instructions. The list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated at www.bag.admin.ch. *Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU+ countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit travellers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    01.10.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:


    From the EU: Entry Restrictions: Entry from EU+ countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. A list of countries concerned is updated regularly. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. EU+ comprises EU Member States plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican City State and the Republic of San Marino. * Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein: EU+ countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad, unless they are defined as Covid risk areas (list of countries concerned). If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a country or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. Also, you have to report your arrival to the responsible cantonal authority within two days, and follow its instructions. The list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated here. *Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU+ countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit travellers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.

    *Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country

    *From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    28.09.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:


    Travel from EU: Travelling to Liechtenstein: Travelling from EU/EAA countries, including the United Kingdom, is in principle allowed. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. As of 26.8.20, Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Romania and Spain (with the exception of Canary Islands) are defined as Covid risk areas. *Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein: Currently, the following countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad (unless they are defined as Covid risk areas): countries in the Schengen area, United Kingdom, Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland, Japan, Morocco, Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, Vatican/Holy See. If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a state or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or to other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. A list of countries and territories with increased Covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated at here. *Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU/EEA countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings.

    Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    From Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    23.09.2020
  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:


    **Travelling from the EU: Travelling from EU/EAA countries, including the United Kingdom, is in principle allowed. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. As of 26.8.20, Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Romania and Spain (with the exception of Canary Islands) are defined as Covid risk areas. *Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein: Currently, the following countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad (unless they are defined as Covid risk areas): countries in the Schengen area, United Kingdom, Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland, Japan, Morocco, Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Urugay, Vatican/Holy See. If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a state or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or to other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. A list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated here. *Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU/EEA countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings.

    **Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    **Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    18.09.2020
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